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    Kerry visits Switzerland for talks with Russian counterpart
    Jan20

    Kerry visits Switzerland for talks with Russian counterpart

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Switzerland for talks with Russia’s foreign minister on Syria and Ukraine. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Kerry visits Switzerland for talks with Russian counterpart
    Jan20

    Kerry visits Switzerland for talks with Russian counterpart

    ZURICH (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Switzerland for talks with Russia’s foreign minister on Syria and Ukraine.Kerry arrived in… …read more Source:...

    You think you’re cold? Orthodox Christians take frigid dip for Epiphany
    Jan20

    You think you’re cold? Orthodox Christians take frigid dip for Epiphany

    Why bow down to old man winter? As millions are bundling up and staying indoors while severe cold fronts move throughout North America, Eastern Orthodox Christians are going for a swim See also: A crippling snowstorm is headed for the U.S. East Coast this weekend Orthodox believers across Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and elsewhere celebrate the...

    Ukraine told to pay
    Jan20

    Ukraine told to pay

    MOSCOW: Russian gas giant Gazprom on Tuesday fired off a new salvo in Moscow’s feud with Ukraine by demanding some $2.5 billion for Kiev allegedly breaching its supply contract. Gazprom said in a statement that under the terms of its deal with Ukraine state firm Naftogaz, Kiev had to buy a minimum annual amount of gas from them or face a...

    Ukraine’s Energy Company Refuses to Pay $2.59 Bln Gas Bill to Russia’s Gazprom
    Jan20

    Ukraine’s Energy Company Refuses to Pay $2.59 Bln Gas Bill to Russia’s Gazprom

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Gazprom drew a $2.549 bln bill to Naftogaz of Ukraine for the Russian gas Ukraine had not taken in the third quarter of 2015 under “take or pay” condition. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Sneak peek: aboriginal stories get their due in museum’s budding History Hall
    Jan20

    Sneak peek: aboriginal stories get their due in museum’s budding History Hall

    Critics who predicted the Canadian Museum of History would focus on the military and the monarchy in its new $30-million History Hall may have to eat their words. Royalty and armaments were conspicuous by their absence during the Citizen’s exclusive look this week at the Gatineau museum’s 40,000-square-foot future centrepiece, billed...

    Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister just gave an utterly unconvincing reason for the plunge in global oil prices
    Jan20

    Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister just gave an utterly unconvincing reason for the plunge in global oil prices

    REUTERS/ Mohamed Al HwaityOil is down to $28 a barrel, a drop in price that’s going to have an untold and possibly disruptive impact on countries around the world and across the development spectrum. An emerging conventional wisdom holds that Saudi Arabia, the world’s second-largest oil producer — and largest that isn’t under US...

    Top Russian Legislator Calls for Sanctions against Ukraine
    Jan20

    Top Russian Legislator Calls for Sanctions against Ukraine

    19 de enero de 2016, 17:52Moscow, Jan 19 (Prensa Latina) The Speaker of the lower house of the Russian Parliament , Sergei Naryshkin, said today that Ukraine should be punished with sanctions for failing to comply the agreements of Minsk, in line with the logic of those who insist on extending the reprisals against Russia. …read more...

    Tatar Leader Vows Crimea Blockade Will Continue
    Jan20

    Tatar Leader Vows Crimea Blockade Will Continue

    Crimean Tartars have led a months-long blockade of Crimea to push for its return to Ukrainian rule. Despite growing hardships, one leading activist is adamant the action must continue. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Iran’s hardline military force is destined to become richer now that sanctions have been lifted
    Jan19

    Iran’s hardline military force is destined to become richer now that sanctions have been lifted

    Reuters ANKARA (Reuters) – Iran’s Revolutionary Guards did well under international sanctions, and the elite military force is destined to become still richer now they’ve been lifted. Iran’s clerical rulers have supported economic growth of the Guards, rewarding the group for sanctions-busting as well as suppressing...